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March 31, 2017: Maruti Suzuki will be finally moving the Ciaz to its Nexa line of premium dealerships from April 1, 2017. Until now the Ciaz was being sold through regular Maruti dealerships; however, starting from April you can book one from Nexa outlets. As the Ciaz will now be sold through Nexa, the variants have been renamed to Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha. Earlier, it was expected that the Ciaz will be shifted to NEXA after the introduction of a midlife facelift later this year; however, Maruti is shifting the Ciaz now without any major changes. A new colour option, Blue, has been added and the Black exterior colour has been discontinued. Presently, the Ciaz is powered by a 1.4-litre petrol (five-speed manual, four-speed automatic) and a 1.3-litre diesel (five-speed manual) with the latter featuring a mild-hybrid tech.
Look and Style - OK but not elegant. Design statement could have been made more sleek with tinkering with body line. The quality of interiors could have been better.
Comfort : Very comfortable if high dashboard can be ignored. Leg room and storage points for small things are its USP. During test drive, AC appeared a bit weak despite tuning manually.
Pickup: Not so great but no very bad too. Ideal for city driving, but need to shift gears frequently in city driving.
Mileage : Only test driven read more 71
Look and Style are just superb and people couldn't dream about such a car from Maruti; very great on Indian roads Comfort: According to me the comfort is very high as per the pics than Hyundai Verna and Honda City.
Pickup: Its to early to speak or guess about it
Mileage: It offers superb mileage of 26.2kmpl while in Verna the promised mileage by the company was 22kmpl but it doesn't even cross 20kmpl
Best Features: 7inch touch screen, 510 litres boot space, push button start, rear ac read more 332
I am Vitthal Chavan, a Bank Employee, from Sangli Region. Considering small family and occasional use of the vehicle i was preferring small segment car i.e. hatchback car. My office is near to my home and office is providing me vehicle for my work duty. Just for family use, I was searching for car of comparatively low budget car. I was willing to buy a Hatchback car, at initial period Car Dekho was the best option for me to compare the cars in those section. I searched for Maruti Swift car as it read more 32
Maruti has always been associated with affordable and efficient hatchbacks. However, while this image helped the brand connect with the masses, it didn’t help support models priced around and above the Rs 10 lakh bracket. Now, Maruti has finally managed to break the glass ceiling with the Ciaz. With it, the Indian automaker is targeting the segment leading Honda City. Does it succeed? Read on:
Things We Like in Ciaz
Well equipped for the price. Projector headlamps, 7' Touchscreen, leather seats - the lot!
Massive 510-litre boot.
Value for money. Competitively priced against its rivals.
Fuel efficiency. Diesel hybrid variant is among the most fuel efficient cars in India @ 28.09kmpl.
Generous cabin space. Legroom and shoulder-room amongst the best in the segment.
Things We Don't Like in Ciaz
Both engines offer average performance. Nothing to please the enthusiast.
Few switches and knobs shared with the Swift/Celerio. Takes away from the premium ambience.
Diesel automatic missing from the lineup.
Stand Out Features
SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) - a mild hybrid system is a segment first. Makes the claimed mileage figure possible.
Smartphone like interface on the touchscreen infotainment system. Very easy and intuitive to use.
Maruti Suzuki has played its cards safe, be it with regards to design, the choice of engines or the features on offer.
"The aggressive pricing is the icing on the cake."
Pick the Ciaz if you need nothing else but a comfortable, value for money sedan.
Background & Evolution
The Ciaz replaces the SX4 in the Maruti portfolio. However, it shares no traits other than the diesel engine with the outgoing sedan. The Ciaz is an all new product for Maruti, built from the ground up. The Ciaz diesel got Suzuki’s acclaimed SHVS technology in late 2015. Also, to spice things up, Maruti offers a sporty ‘RS’ bodykit with the sedan as well.
Maruti Suzuki has recently instigated mild hybrid technology for its cars with the new Ciaz SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) which arrives almost a year after the original Ciaz made its Indian debut. It goes beyond Mahindra & Mahindra?s outgoing micro hybrid tech and ventures into the relatively-unexplor...
Things to look forward to in the car: Featuring Maruti’s latest design philosophy. Ciaz looks impressive from both the front and rear. High on interior space especially in case of leg room, both front and rear passengers can be seated comfortably despite being six feet tall. K14 VVT petrol engine on offer alo...
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Maruti Suzuki will soon move the Ciaz to the Nexa dealerships. The car is on sale from regular Maruti Suzuki dealership network for now. There is no change to the exteriors, interiors or features for now. Read Full News